N.E. draws 29% more venture capital in 1Q

N.E. SOFTWARE VENTURES - such as Tizra Inc. of Providence, which last week announced a $500,000 investment from Slater Technology Fund to complete and market its Web-based AgilePublisher publishing and distribution service for PDFs - also attracted more investment in the first quarter of 2007 than in the final quarter of 2006. Above, Tizra partners David Durand, left, Francisco Rosa, back, Abe Dane, right, and Anne Orens outside their office at Durand's East Side home. /
N.E. SOFTWARE VENTURES - such as Tizra Inc. of Providence, which last week announced a $500,000 investment from Slater Technology Fund to complete and market its Web-based AgilePublisher publishing and distribution service for PDFs - also attracted more investment in the first quarter of 2007 than in the final quarter of 2006. Above, Tizra partners David Durand, left, Francisco Rosa, back, Abe Dane, right, and Anne Orens outside their office at Durand's East Side home. /
BOSTON – New England companies attracted $975.5 million in venture capital in the first quarter, 29 percent more than the preceding quarter’s investment total, according to the New England MoneyTree Report released today by PricewaterhouseCoopers and the National Venture Capital Association. The average investment size increased to $10.3 million in the first quarter, the report…

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